O.M.J’s 3.15.651.16 AROMA MOD pack v1.4 for the HTC EVO 4G LTE released

roottools11 - for some reason we don't have an alt tag hereO.M.J. has collected a set of nearly every Jelly Bean mod available into one single AROMA-flashable distribution that can be flashed on any S-OFF/HTCdev unlocked Sense-based deodexed HTC EVO 4G LTE ROM.

The zip comes in at nearly 82MB of mods, patches, and option software, and it includes such things as the ability to remove the adb and GPS icons, a working 1X/3G icon, the AOSP-style recent apps function, force-roam for when your Sprint tower is in range but not functioning worth anything, the advanced power menu, and many many more features and enhancements than you can shake a stick at.

There are nearly thirty different options including battery, sound, and camera mods, which should enable you to modify any base ROM like you want it without the mods or features you don’t want.

It’s a great flashable mod to keep around, even if you’re pretty happy with your current setup, so give it a whirl if you’re looking to tweak your favorite ROM or stock ROM to be what you need it to be.

Make sure before flashing any of the mods to make a nandroid backup in case they don’t play nicely with your setup, and let us know how it works for you.

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5 thoughts on “O.M.J’s 3.15.651.16 AROMA MOD pack v1.4 for the HTC EVO 4G LTE released

  • Avatar of Jmagnt7
    December 29, 2012 at 8:41 am
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    Btw.. What happened to the quick settings drop down? Was so used to not I actually convinced myself it was a stock feature until MeanBean came out.

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    • Avatar of Jmagnt7
      December 29, 2012 at 8:43 am
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      Apparently SwiftKey wanted to add the word “not” to that last text? Ha lol

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    • Avatar of Paul E King
      December 29, 2012 at 11:34 am
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      huh, I do not know…
      Am in low bandwidth land for the next couple of days so finding anything out is a chore, but will attempt to locate some info/flashable mod on that when I get back to cable internet or LTE speeds

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  • Avatar of rodohmes
    December 31, 2012 at 11:48 am
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    From what I’ve seen the devs mention in the Super Jelly thread, HTC moved a bunch of the code in JellyBean that is used for the drop down quick settings. Many have been using apps in the meantime such as Power Toggles, Notification Toggles, and Widgetsoid, all free in the Play Store.

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